[puh-ree-sis, par-uh-sis] /pəˈri sɪs, ˈpær ə sɪs/
partial motor paralysis.
a late manifestation of syphilis, characterized by progressive dementia and paralysis.
noun (pathol) (pl) -ses (-ˌsiːz)
incomplete or slight paralysis of motor functions
short for general paresis See general paralysis of the insane
“partial paralysis,” 1690s, Modern Latin, from Greek paresis “letting go, slackening of strength, paralysis,” from stem of parienai “to let go,” from para- (see para- (1)) + hienai “to send, throw” (see jet (v.)).
paresis pa·re·sis (pə-rē’sĭs, pār’ĭ-sĭs)
n. pa·re·ses (-sēz)
pa·ret’ic (pə-rět’ĭk) adj. & n.
[pah-re-taw] /pɑˈrɛ tɔ/ noun 1. Vilfredo [veel-fre-daw] /vilˈfrɛ dɔ/ (Show IPA), 1848–1923, Italian sociologist and economist in Switzerland. /Italian paˈrɛːto/ noun 1. Vilfredo (vilˈfreːdo). 1848–1923, Italian sociologist and economist. He anticipated Fascist principles of government in his Mind and Society (1916) 2. (modifier) denoting a law, mathematical formula, etc, originally used by Pareto to express […]
- Pareto principle
noun a theory that states for many phenomena 80% of the effects stem from 20% of the causes; also called 80-20 rule , Pareto’s law Word Origin named after Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto by Joseph Juran
[pahr-ey-oo] /ˈpɑr eɪˌu/ noun 1. . 2. Also, pareo. a length of cloth, especially of a brightly colored print, wrapped on the body like a and worn by women as a cover-up, skirt, dress, or the like. /ˈpɑːreɪˌuː/ noun 1. a rectangle of fabric worn by Polynesians as a skirt or loincloth
pareunia pa·reu·ni·a (pə-rōō’nē-ə, pār-yōō’-) n. Sexual intercourse.